Should you bet your business on software that doesn't have a billion dollar company behind it?
Linux power Canonical will support Docker Engine, as well as Kubernetes, for cloud container management.
We are happy to announce OSS-Fuzz, a new Beta program developed over the past years with the Core Infrastructure Initiative community. This program will provide continuous fuzzing for select core open source software.
Open source software is the backbone of the many apps, sites, services, and networked things that make up “the internet.” It is important that the open source foundation be stable, secure, and reliable, as cracks and weaknesses impact all who build on it.
FOSSforce: SourceForge has added a feature that gives project websites the opportunity to opt-in to using SSL HTTPS encryption.
Microsoft is working on a patch for a bug or feature in Windows 10 that allowed access to the command line and, using a live Linux .ISO, made it possible steal BitLocker keys during OS updates.
The command line interface bypasses BitLocker and permits access to local drives simply by tapping the Shift and F10 keys.
BitLocker encryption is disabled as part of the Windows pre-installation environment.
Intel developers are proposing the introduction of a new pseudo file-system intended as a better fit for Direct Rendering Manager drivers rather than the mix of sysfs/debugfs usage currently used.
Akademy, KDE's annual conference, requires a place and team for the year 2017. That's why we are looking for a vibrant, enthusiatic spot in Europe that can host us!
The 2016 POSS (Paris Open Source Summit, on Nov 16 & 17) was a great event for Mageia and its 3 representatives who ran the booth: Dtux, Magnux77 and Lebarhon.
November brought openSUSE Tumbleweed users an early holiday gift with 24 snapshots of new software and four updated Linux Kernels.
The continuous snapshot streak of Tumbleweed updates ended with snapshot 20161123, which brought Kernel 4.8.10.
It appears that the developers behind the Debian-based Devuan GNU/Linux operating system continue to pursue their vision of providing a libre Debian fork without the systemd init system.
There are about 15 Netfilter packages in Debian, and they are maintained by separate people.
Yersterday, I contacted the maintainers of the main packages to propose the creation of a pkg-netfilter team to maintain all the packages together.
Red Hat continues to support enterprises looking to use .NET in Linux environments with the addition of .NET Core 1.1 to the Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform.
When Microsoft and Red Hat first established a relationship in November 2015, Red Hat was able to expand its preview of .NET on Linux, which gave developers access to .NET technologies across Red Hat’s offerings.